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Eating Out

Cafés

From café bars to restaurants and bistros, Swansea City Centre offers a fantastic choice of quality eating to suit all tastes and pockets.

Exotic flavours from around the globe, and for something traditionally Welsh, try the local seafood speciality - laverbread - a kind of pureed seaweed!

The City Centre offers plenty of opportunity to sample Welsh food at its very best. Many of the restaurants have qualified for the Taste of Wales award in recognition of their commitment to Welsh cuisine and use of fresh Welsh produce.

Swansea Market in Oxford Street has, for decades supplied the City's restaurants with a vast selection of fresh local produce, ranging from locally caught seafood including sewin, lobsters and cockles to Welsh lamb, cheeses and organic vegetables.

Cafés

Cafés

Swansea City Centre has dozens of coffee shops that offer everything from hot drinks and snacks to a full menu that would suit any taste or budget.

You will find the larger chains of coffee houses in the City Centre such as Costa Coffee, and Starbucks, but we are proud to offer some speciality café's too such as The Kardomah where Dylan Thomas himself often frequented - Kardomah Boys.

Cafés

So if you’re looking for something more traditional don't go any further than the Kardomah, the longest serving coffee shop in the city! Well known for its character, history, and excellent customer service.

Restaurants

Restaurants

The range and quality of food in Swansea's restaurants offers a tempting blend of traditional and international flavours.

Gastronomic delights on offer include Mexican, Italian, vegetarian, Indian, local seafood, French, Greek, Spanish, Thai, Cantonese and Indonesian.

The stylish Salubrious Place brings a vibrant perspective to the eating out culture, providing you with a variety of tastes from the traditional family friendly American & Italian diners of Frankie & Benny's, Eddie Rocket's City Diner and TGI Fridays, to the typical taste of the Mediterranean at Nando's Portuguese restaurant in Wind Street along with other established restaurants such as Ask, Bouchon Di Rossi, Chelsea Café, The Dragon Brasserie,La Fina and La Brassiere remain firm favourites.

For more information on the best places to eat in and around Swansea visit the food passion website or visit trip advisor for independent reviews.